Citation: CallMeGhost. "Doppler Effect: An Experience with DiPT (exp110045)". Erowid.org. Aug 16, 2017. erowid.org/exp/110045
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If you understand the doppler effect you would have a great description of what I was experiencing. It started off after about 20-30 minutes, the very low buzzing sound. Like tinnitus, or the acute ringing you get after listening to high decibel noises.
First dose 11:05. 32 mg
I redosed at 12:00 or so 15mg
About 5-10 minutes after the redose, I started to really hear the buzzing. But not with much substance, just maybe some crickets chirping constantly and getting close and then far and close and then far. I went outside to smoke some marijuana extract, which took 10-15 minutes.
I heard sounds as a physical thing. I am not sure how to accurately describe it, I walked through the door, turned right, went down 12 steps turned left and went to my bed.
During that 20 second walk, I heard... Or felt...
The sounds becoming a physical object. Like, if I stretch my physical body from the door down the steps to the bed, I was basically hearing sounds that I would hear at that point. So I was hearing my refrigerator, my tv, other electronics upstairs, as well as hearing stuff from downstairs like my laundry sounds, the ac, stuff like that. But I was hearing my dog, on the second floor, as if I was standing in the doorway on the first floor. I heard birds and outside sounds, as if I was still outside. I physically felt like I was in those places (can't say both places, cause it was seriously like all the places I had just been at once) at the same time listening to sounds fluctuating (doppler effect) it was a very odd sensation. After a while, 20-30 minutes maybe, the sounds got closer, as in I no longer could hear sounds as if I was standing at the top of the steps.
I started playing boom beach, got some weird oev. This is not a visual drug. I mean oev more as, with my eyes open, things were different. Not that objects were morphing or anything. Just a very weird extra saturation to them, it was a bit brighter in the almost dark basement.
Listening to the boom beach sounds...
Was like taking a stereo, burying it, and then cranking the tunes, and raising and lowering the pitch very frequently and at random. Every sound I was hearing at this point (probably around +1:30-2 the peak) sounded like it was coming from behind a thick wall, or buried in something.
I began to hear many different pitches, but as a physical thing. I heard a lower pitch, and envisioned it circling clockwise slightly lower than my ears, and rotating out in front of my face, horizontally. I heard a high pitch noise, which was rotating from around my eyes, in a counterclockwise fashion, in about a 2-3 inch verticle circle. I heard a couple in between sounds which were angled at an X between these other sounds. They made up what could possibly be compared to a choir sound ahahaaaa oooohhhhh eeeeeeEEEEeeeEEEaaaahhhh
It had a random, mechanical musical tone to it.
I also began to heard my own ego, the voice inside my head, and I was able to pinpoint exactly which neuron was originating my thoughts. They originated in seemingly random patterns, each making its own tone. Crazy! I began to get mild cev, very very mild, probably potentiated by the cannabis oil I had been smoking.
These sounds built up for about an hour, then around 1:30, they started to be coming to me less frequently, I could hear silence between sounds instead of a constantly changing random and mechanically musical tone. Around 730-8am, I came down, was barely hearing the sounds, and it slowly faded completely by 9.
I would say it was a very euphoric feeling. Very happy and pleasant headspace, but it was very much audio based. I could feel it in my ears, and in the center of my head, I dont think I had much of a headspace change, although I do recall some slight differences. It physically felt very warm and happy and psychedelic, but not as much of the headspace change as I am used to.
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